Serving Up Trouble

Serving Up Trouble

by Jill Shalvis

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Serving Up Trouble 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## It was just OK for me. The writing style was brilliant as always when reading a Jill Shalvis book. It's the heroine I didn't care for. At times I felt like she was a child. And she was so needy. She kept saying how strong and independent she was. NOT. She just really bugged me, ergo only 3 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute book but not surprising I love everything that Jill writes
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. It had a little of everything and went very fast.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story, but had the vague sense of deja vu with part of the storyline. Is it worth $4+ my opinion is no because it wasn't even 200pgs. I enjoyed reading it, though...
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Great characters. You wish they lived next door. I'm an old English teacher, and because mistakes are rife in romance novels I always pick one in every book and call the copy editor's attention to it in the review. Here's today's special: WRONG: "Angie felt badly . . ." My own English teacher had to drum this one into me. Feeling badly is like singing badly or writing badly. It means you are doing something wrong. That is because "badly" is an adverb. It can describe the manner of feeling, but it can't describe Angie, because you need an adjective to describe a noun. "Bad" is an adjective. RIGHT: "Angie felt bad . . ." That's my good deed for the day.